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Canadians vote in tight election as Trudeau aims to cling to power

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Canadians began voting on Monday to determine whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who swept into office four years ago as a charismatic figure promising "sunny ways," will remain in power after two major scandals. »more

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Mitt Romney admits to running secret Twitter account under the alias 'Pierre Delecto'

When "Pierre Delecto" started trending on social media, people were understandably confused. Then the senator confessed.
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‘Your right to know’: Something is terribly wrong in this country

Age readers discuss press freedom and the media freedom campaign launched by Australia's major media proprietors.
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Meghan Markle is privileged, sure, but lacks freedom to defend herself

There are levels of distinction between the fame that comes from being a television actress, and as a key representative of a centuries-old institution.
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Accused Claremont serial killer confesses to abduction, rape of teen girl

The accused Claremont serial killer has confessed to raping a teenage girl in a Perth cemetery over two decades ago in a stunning development at a Perth court on Monday.
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Jurman: I gave Sydney FC chance to sign me before Wanderers switch
Matt Jurman has revealed he gave his old club the first option to sign him before moving to city rivals Western Sydney Wanderers at the start of the season.
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Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival threaten to leave NSW over lack of government consultation
Some of the states biggest festivals say they are considering their options after failing to reach an agreement with the Berejiklian government on safety measures.
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Cash Converters soars after Queensland class action settled for $42.5m
Shares in Cash Converters have surged after it settled a class action suit accusing it of effectively charging rates of over 175 per cent on short-term loans.
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Erin Brockovich blasts Australian governments' silicosis response
American legal campaigner Erin Brockovich says Australia has a "unique" opportunity to get ahead of the silicosis issue, but only if it takes action now.
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